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  • adjective comparative form of yeasty: more yeasty

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Examples

  • Since I baked more this time, the dough got a lot yeastier, and also softer.

    Easter baking take 2: Osterpinzen « Were rabbits

  • They trucked these, and many more like them, in from Hamtramck and they were tasty--yeastier than a regular donut and the not-overly-sweet prune filling helped my grown up taste buds handle the sugary richness.

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  • They trucked these, and many more like them, in from Hamtramck and they were tasty--yeastier than a regular donut and the not-overly-sweet prune filling helped my grown up taste buds handle the sugary richness.

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  • For those interested in yeastier brews, Bambino offers a small selection of beers from the U.S.,

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  • "It's a brioche made with sponge that ferments longer, so it's lighter and yeastier," she says of what might also be described, dough-wise, as a rustic brioche, which means, it's manageable for beginners.

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  • Hornitos was never yeastier, hexameters never dingbattier, the bildungsroman never more mammogrammed than in Rouge State, Rodney Koeneke’s “extensive cruise / across the bruised Sargasso of white male sexuality.”

    Books by Portland Authors: Rodney Koeneke - Reading Local: Portland

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